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The Voice - Student Newspaper

News Articles

Afghanistan's future in many hands

By Dost Khairy

American involvement with Afghanistan follows the terrorist attack on World Trade Center. Actually, September 11 is a horror day for Americans, but in Afghanistan, people see it as a day that changed the life of fear to life of freedom.

French club makes a difference in student's lives

By Brent Whiting

Parlez-vous francais? Do you speak French?

The answer is a definite "oui," or yes, for students who belong to the French club, one of more than three dozen extracurricular campus groups that enrich life and learning at Glendale Community College.

With an axe in hand, create Christmas memories

By Michelle Tabatabai-Shahab

Picking a tree out of a nearby parking lot is cool and all, but doing it every year can become a little redundant. Maybe you're need for something new and a little adventurous is overwhelming this year. Get your hands on the Christmas spirit by chopping down your own Christmas tree.

Fite, Gauchos run over Roughriders

By Matt Petersen

Thanks to its Swiss-army array of weapons and a quickfire offense, Glendale Gauchos' basketball has hit the ground running.

The Gauchos (3-1 ACCAC, 6-2 overall) won their fourth game in five tries last Wednesday, holding on to down the Yavapai Roughriders 96-88.

Boys and Girls Club serves up holiday cheer

By Rojelio Macias

On Nov. 21, the Swift Kids Boys and Girls Club held their annual Thanksgiving dinner. The event is to be repeated for Christmas dinner on Dec. 19. These dinners are offered to club members and families; this nonprofit organization prides itself on making a difference and giving back to those in the community.

Brother, can you spare a dime?

By Mary Allan

"Brother can you spare a dime?" This ionic song, from the great depression, never seemed more apropos than now.

Many Americans will not even give up a dime for their fellow man.

Corte su propio árbolito como tradición

Por Michelle Tabatabai-Shahab

Escoger un árbol de algún estacionamiento cercano no es muy interesante que digamos, por lo tanto haciendo esto cada año puede ser algo poco interesante.

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